LEADING THE WAY
Everything we do at the Bulverde Spring Branch Chamber of Commerce is about one thing—helping local businesses grow and expand. Our focus is on all the ways we can make this happen.
The Chamber continually adapts to meet the needs of businesses, identifying and solving problems that restrict economic growth, and convening community leaders to move Bulverde Spring Branch forward.
We are the voice for the common goals in our business community. The Chamber is an advocate for our diverse member businesses through leadership in the areas of social, civic, health and economic issues.
Our Government Affairs Council promotes and advocates government responsiveness to the needs of our community by serving as a liaison between business and government. Council members regularly attend governmental meetings that directly affect our community, such as Bulverde and Spring Branch City Council Meetings, Comal County Commissioner Court Meetings, and Planning & Zoning among others. We also work closely with the Bulverde/Spring Branch Economic Development Foundation.
Managing growth and defining tomorrow are integral to the Chamber’s work in every facet of the region’s business needs. An active player in determining the community’s future, the Chamber strives to support the businesses that choose to locate in the beautiful Texas Hill Country.
Networking opportunities are particularly valuable to small business owners as they seek to make connections, build relationships and identify potential sales leads. Members can attend the monthly Power Lunch on the third Wednesday of each month or the Business Networking Mixer on the fourth Thursday of each month. In addition, we have a breakfast, Coffee with the Chamber, on a bi-monthly basis.
Through various avenues, we promote our members events, recognitions and promotions. This effort includes ribbon cuttings, celebrations, and community outreach programs.
The chamber invests back into the community by partnering with various leaders in our area to bring events and services to all, such as Bulverde Christmas Lighting, Drug Take Back Day, Community-wide Shred Day, St. Jude’s Backpack collection and delivery, and most recently the 1st Annual Hill Country Fun Fest.
With the creation of the BSB Chamber Foundation, Inc., in 2017, we will be able to reach more companies in the business community and provide access to leadership and educational training programs. We will be providing training courses that range from marketing to human resources and from opening a business to selling a business and everything in between.